If the question paper is subjective type answers and if there is a choice you have to read all the question first and select the questions you can answer fast. For each question basing on the time allotted you should decide on the length also. If you go on writing one answer for a long time, in the end, you will feel the shortage. So you should allocate a certain time to one question and you should finish that answer within that time only. If it is multiple choice or objective type answers read and answer simultaneously. If you don't know an answer don't get stuck there. Go forward. If time is available at the end you can come back.
1. Always try to make your answer according to the word limit. For example, the question is asked in 2 marks you have to write your answer about 30 words. So try to answer accordingly.
2. Try to use shortcut method in mathematics. It will certainly save your time.
3. Always solve the objective question on the first page of your answer book.
4. Always answer the question first which you have learned by heart. After the completion of all the questions, try to solve other questions.
5. Never try to help other students in the classroom and also do waste your time by asking any question to your friends.
6. When a teacher tells you to sign any paper do not waste your time to read the paper.
7. If you need a supplementary answer copy, ask your teacher as you start writing the last page of the previous answer sheet.
so, these are some step which will help you to time management in the exam hall. Hope these will help you.
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Be sure to set deadlines for yourself & leave time for relaxation. Adding, you should learn how to manage your time so you get those top grades you've been working hard for.
One cannot master everything, hence reading the books cover to cover is not helpful. With the limited time one needs to allocate time for each subject based on the relative merits of the subject and one's own knowledge of the same.
Studying is good but studying and practicing answers is even better when it comes to short answers, MCQ based assessments and viva-voce.
The pace and intensity of study need to be planned in a way that the student does not burn out even before the exams start. Set apart time for revision or a quick glance. Keep notes handy that would be for revision.
Try avoiding the mistake of getting stuck on a favorite chapter or subject at the expense of having little time for other subjects. Do have a small break in between long hours of study so that you can relax and then re-focus
Combined study is useful provided your colleague is of the same wavelength and your can improve productivity in a short period of time. One needs to have a rough mental image of the study plan, days/subject, hours/day etc.